Soulful singer Nicki Gillis belted out the songs of Carole King at Mount Isa's Morning Melodies on Thursday.
Ms Gillis was the star attraction at the Mount Isa City Council morning tea held at the Civic Centre on July 4 which was free to all seniors and disability card holders.
She encouraged people to sing along and noted many people would not have been aware of some of the songs she was singing were written by Carole King as she often wrote songs for other singers and musicians.
She also sang a selection from King's most renowned album Tapestry, released in 1971, and still one of the greatest selling albums of all time.
Mount Isa Mayor Joyce McCulloch said Council encouraged seniors to come along for a morning of wonderful music and the Morning Melodies events were always very well-received by the community.
Later that day, Ms Gillis performed the "Tapestry" concert in-house at the Laura Johnson Home for residents of the home who were unable to travel to the Civic Centre.
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